Saturday, February 14, 2009

120% Lino

Gorgeous styles and colors from Italian based 120% Lino.

Anna Wolf

Such beautiful photography from New York based photographer Anna Wolf.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Rock on has an amazing collection of rock crystal home accessories. I'm not one that believes stones and crystals provide different kinds of energy - I just believe they're really, really pretty.

Friday, February 6, 2009


I've been talking to a showroom in NY that represents a clothing line called Willow. Everything looks so soft, feminine, modern, and SUPER easy to wear. I love it. How cute would that last one be with tights and riding boots?

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Katie Ridder

Check out these gorgeous rooms from interior designer Katie Ridder from 1st Dibs here.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Mads Teglers

Mads Teglers' photos, have you seen them? I think they are so pretty! Like little Russian nesting dolls! See more here.

Monday, February 2, 2009

If I had long legs. . .

. . . I'd wear these boots with dresses and skirts all Summer long. At least until my feet started sweating. Available here.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Spring at Steven Alan

Lovely Liberty top and Steven Alan wrap skirt . . . available here. I think my Mom had this exact outfit when I was seven. Don't forget the Dr. Scholl's!

Longing for Spring. . . and to be seven again . . . *sigh*

Lucinda Chambers

Seems to me that Lucinda Chambers is one woman who loves what she does, and does what she loves. Not only is she the British Vogue Fashion Director, she has also consulted on such brands as Marni, Prada, and Jil Sander. She clearly has a sense of style that is all her own.

World famous fashion photographer Mario Testino has said of her: ''She definitely has that British thing of the unknown surprise. She likes layering. She likes flowers, roses. She likes color, and she likes a mix of things that don't necessarily go together: that constant search for what shouldn't work.''

Above is a photo taken in her London home, as well as a tapestry she designed for The Rug Company. Both are tremendous examples of this eclectic, bohemian style -- I love it!

After her work with Marni she was quoted saying ''I don't think people make it a fashion decision to buy Marni. I think it's a totally emotional decision because you fall in love with it.''

Wow. I think that's my new motto. Wouldn't it be great if this was why women buy Winifred Grace.